My typical day is not very typical, you must be very flexible with your time and willing to travel. I can work eight hours, twelve hours or eighteen hours it just depends on the census, which fluxuates dialy. I have learned to work independantly and use keen nursing assesment skills to ensure patient safety while working alone. Due to the constant travel and variable hours my manager was always very accessible. My teammates could also be reached by phone if help was needed. The hardest part of my job would be the hours, it like working PRN whihc makes it difficult to plan your life. The most enjoyable part of the day is working with several different patients one on one.